Rose Byrne displays her natural beauty by going makeup free on an outing in Sydney with partner Bobby Cannavale and their three-year-old son Rafa
But Rose Byrne still looked flawless as she went for a stroll around Sydney on Wednesday with her partner Bobby Cannavale and their son Rafa, three.
The actress, 41, drew attention to her natural beauty by going makeup free, and clad her toned figure in black leggings and a grey sweatshirt.
No makeup necessary: Rose Byrne [pictured] let her natural beauty shine through on Wednesday, when the Australian actress took a makeup free stroll through Sydney with her partner Bobby Cannavale and their son Rafa [L]
The Bad Neighbours star covered her brunette tresses with a black baseball cap and carried several bags while running errands in the city.
By her side was one of the two sons she shares with her 51-year-old partner.
Toddler Rafa looked cute as a button in jeans and a sweatshirt as he stayed close to his famous mum.
Incognito: She covered her trademark wavy brunette tresses with a simple black baseball cap and carried multiple bags
Meanwhile, Bobby kept things casual in shorts, a T-shirt and a New York Yankees baseball cap.
The Boardwalk Empire star shielded his gaze behind a pair of dark shades.
Byrne recently reflected on motherhood and getting through quarantine with yoga and homemade cocktails as she graced the June 2021 cover of Shape magazine.
The Two Hands star was a sight to behold on the cover of the glossy, where she put her gym-honed abs on display in a butterfly-embellished top.
‘All my beauty routines have gone out the window,’ said Rose, who is also mother to five-year-old son Rocco. ‘I spend my days covered in markers, Play-Doh, and flour.’
New Yorker: Vinyl star Bobby meanwhile, kept things casual in shorts, a T-shirt and a New York Yankees baseball cap
The family recently completed 14 days of hotel quarantine in Sydney after flying in from the U.S.
In an interview with The Daily Telegraph’s Stellar Magazine in March 2018, Rose described being back home in Australia as ‘pretty luxurious’.
‘Having the grandparents [around] – I got very spoiled when I was there. They’re very hands-on and I really do miss that,’ she said after a stint in Australia,’ she said..
‘That’s such a lovely thing to have. Occasionally I’ll walk out of the house [in New York] and be like, ‘Where am I again? Why am I here again?’ I still feel like the outsider.
‘But America’s been good to me. I met my husband here, I’ve been very lucky in America. But it’s hard to leave [Australia]. I was quite disoriented after those six months, coming back to New York.’
Cover girl: Byrne recently reflected on motherhood and getting through quarantine with yoga and homemade cocktails as she graced the June 2021 cover of Shape